Long known as one of Africa’s great wildlife reserves, Kenya’s famed Masai Mara is home to some of the worlds most remarkable bird species. Not surprisingly, it is also a highly regarded destination for traveling bird watchers. Now, thanks to Princeton University Press‘ publication, under their Princeton WILDGuides imprint and as one of the inaugural volumes […]
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In light of he increased attention now being paid to New York Harbor as a result of Hurricane Sandy, it is indeed a timely coincidence that a revised and updated edition of John Waldman’s Heartbeats in the Muck; the History, Sea Life, and Environment of New York Harbor has been published by Empire State Editions, an […]
Although I’ve only had a copy on my desk for less than twenty-four hours from the time of this entry, I can already tell that Katrina van Grouw’s new book The Unfeathered Bird from Princeton University Press is likely to be one of the most desired books on gift lists this holiday season. This exquisitely […]
Following my meeting their representatives at the 2012 Wordstock festival in Portland, Oregon, a copy of what was quite likely the most interesting book discovery I made at that event, Caelyn A.B. Williams and Kati Green’s Eliza’s Journal, arrived in my post box. Formatted as the journal of a teen-aged girl spending the summer with relatives on Orcas […]